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Old 10-21-2011, 11:21 AM   #15
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In about 30 years i plan on making that a goal of mine... Not to ever have to worry about winterizing my RV... Although, in 30 years the term RV may take on the same ideals as Covered Wagon does for us now... But thats the plan anyway, retire and see EVERY part of the country i can!
I told my then girlfriend the same thing... We're at 24 years married, and I've only just bought the darn thing
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Old 10-24-2011, 02:26 PM   #16
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[QUOTE="TheBeachHous"]Ok, So its getting cold here in Colorado and I need to drain the 9,000,000 gallons of water that our Sea View holds, (Which is a far cry from the 36 gallons our Tioga held) but i can't find the drain from the fresh water tank.
I'm not a rookie at this, i just can't seem to find the drain... We just purchased this 5 days ago and before i go start tearing beds and cabinets andwalls and floors apart i was wondering if there is a secret hole or nozle or valve that i'm missing?!?!?!?
You all were very helpful and very quick about my last posting (changing my backup cam monitor to an lcd), and while i'm sitting here in my office counting down the days until spring when i can actually use this beautiful beast we just bought, i thought i'd tap a great resource!!!
Thanks Folks!!!

Hello, I am in Seattle area I bought a 98 sea view last has been a learning experience. My coach has the water drain in the service bay the water in switch is also used for water drain.just turn the water pump switch to the off position and pull the water drain Handel coach also
Has a water drain switch in the compartment on the right side of the coach straight across from the service compartment,(main one left side)
Also note that the hot water tank has a by pass switch in this main bay.if you are going to put anti freeze in your lines you will need to put the water tank switch in the by pass will also see an intake port for putting anti freeze into your water lines in this compartment.all of these switches should be labeled and after reading a couple of times you will be ok. With my coach,( first one ) I just blow out the lines and dump
Antifreeze down all drains for the traps. I want to drain my water heater but have Not done it yet. Good luck
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